Allium Nectaroscordum Bulbs – Sicilum

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Allium Nectaroscordum Bulbs – Sicilum: Tall stems topped with an umbrella of creamy-green, lilac-flushed, bell-shaped blooms followed by unusual shuttlecock-like seed heads. Attractive to pollinators.

Bulb size: 22-24 cm/12-14 cm/6-8 cm (depending on variety) The genus Allium (the Latin means "garlic") includes many garden plants that grow from bulbs or bulb-like rhizomes. Allium flowers form dense balls of color at the top of strong stems, and they make excellent displays in the garden or in bouquets.

Brunnera Plant – Jack Frost Nipping along with ‘Jack Frost’: Silvered foliage focus of perennial plant of the year – Long after winter is gone, "Jack Frost" will be glistening in the garden. The silver-gray and green Brunnera macrophylla was selected as the 2012 perennial plant of the year, designated by the Perenni. ‘Jack Frost’ leaves are a distinctive silvery

Allium Nectaroscordum Bulbs – Sicilum: Tall stems topped with an umbrella of creamy-green, lilac-flushed, bell-shaped blooms followed by unusual shuttlecock-like seed heads. Attractive to pollinators.

Dahlia Plants – Harlequin Mix Harlequin Mix is a very dependable bloomer, growing quickly and keeping the flowers coming all summer long. You can’t beat it for upbeat color and sheer flower power! Easy to grow from seed, this Dahlia may be started indoors 4 to 6 weeks before last anticipated frost or sown directly into the garden. This unique

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